NFL scouts taking a look at Days

6:00 am Jan. 10, 2015

Former Georgia Tech running back Synjyn Days went from quarterback to A-back to B-back over the course of his four seasons with the Yellow Jackets. The position switches may help him get a better shot

3 takeaways from Tech-Syracuse

2:05 pm Jan. 8, 2015

Thoughts and observations from Georgia Tech’s 46-45 loss to Syracuse Wednesday night.

1. After the game, coach Brian Gregory made an interesting admission, if that’s the word, about his team.

“We’re not going to shoot the ball

Nealy, Waller to play in shrine game

10:37 am Jan. 7, 2015

Former Georgia Tech linebacker Quayshawn Nealy and wide receiver Darren Waller have accepted invitations to play in the East-West Shrine Game, a pre-draft showcase in St. Petersburg, Fla.

The game will be January 17, but will

3 takeaways from Tech-Notre Dame

11:06 pm Jan. 4, 2015

Georgia Tech opened ACC play Saturday in South Bend, Ind., with an 83-76 double-overtime loss to No. 14 Notre Dame. Story here and notes here. Three thoughts about the Yellow Jackets’ performance at

Joseph becomes Tech’s all-time winningest coach

9:39 pm Jan. 4, 2015

Georgia Tech women’s basketball coach MaChelle Joseph became the all-time winningest coach in team history Sunday with the Yellow Jackets’ 74-66 win over Clemson at McCamish Pavilion.

Joseph won her 224th game against 139 losses, passing

Johnson gets in dig at SEC

10:55 am Jan. 2, 2015

Even as he celebrated one of the great triumphs of his career, Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson was ready to get in a dig at one of his favorite targets.
In a post-game interview with ESPN following the Yellow Jackets’ 49-34 Orange Bowl win over Mississippi State, Johnson poked fun at the SEC and what he considers media obsession with the conference.

He concluded the interview by saying, “And, at least for

Days, Laskey and the belly play

1:06 pm Jan. 1, 2015

From his perch in a Sun Life Stadium radio booth Wednesday night, former Georgia Tech captain Roddy Jones was incredulous, disbelieving that B-back Synjyn Days had managed to stay inbounds on his 69-yard touchdown run

9 game-turning plays for the Jackets

11:26 am Jan. 1, 2015

1. Chris Milton’s interception on the third play of the game

The play: Milton dove to intercept a pass by quarterback Dak Prescott on a deflected third-and-3 pass from the Mississippi State 32-yard line.

Why it was